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Rupert Murdoch says Google and news aggregators are stealing content and newspapers shouldn’t take it anymore. He’s now calling on major news publishers to create a consortium and charge for digital content. Is this the call to arms that newspapers need in order to survive? Or a losing battle against free Internet content? Guest host Jon Beaupre explores the winding road to making content profitable again.


David Carr, Columnist, New York Times

Ken Doctor, News industry analyst for Outsell, a research and consultancy organization for the information industry

Gordon Crovitz, Co-founder, Journalism Online, former publisher of the Wall Street Journal